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Successful public speakers have learned to:
*Prepare their talks ahead of time, focusing on a minimum number of main points and straightforward discussion.
*Practice their presentations, and their delivery, several times. Getting a friend or family member to sit in will generate valuable feedback.
*Consider the audience, how best to reach them, and what their calls to action should be.
*Be themselves, rather than shooting for perfection.
*Encourage self-confidence with breathing habits, good organization, and intentional body language.
*Regulate their speech, rather than rushing it, and allow opportunity for audience participation.
*Tell stories that the audience can relate to, instead of relying on facts and figures to get the message across.
*Turn a snafu into a positive, whether it is an equipment malfunction, a heckler in the audience, or a mistake of their own making.
*Speak with passion for their subjects, but keep emotions out of their presentations.
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